New York: Cupples & Leon Company, 1922. Julia GREENE. Later printing. Cloth. Later printing. Book 4 in the Brother and Sister Series. 12mo; maroon cloth over board, color pictorial onlay to front; 130pp + pp publisher’s advertisement; ownership on ffep; color frontispiece plus 3 additional plates; unclipped color pictorial dust jacket lacking price; front flap advertises Series book through title number 6, rear panel advertisement for Buddy Series by Howard Garis; chipping and creasing to edges, small closed tear; fine in very good dj. Scarce in dust jacket. Fine / very good. Item #1167
Front flap of dust jacket reads, “Brother and Sister are two little folks who are the youngest of a large family of children and because they are so eager to do as the others do, sometimes tumble into a peck of mischief.” The author, Josephine Lawrence (1889-1978), was an American novelist and journalist, many of her books focused on children and the adventures in ordinary life. Perhaps her most well known book is, Man in the Moon, which was a radio series for children broadcast starting in October 1921.